In late October, the Swedish KTH Innovation Brighter Program will bring five selected MedTech startups to Boston. The purpose of the trip is for them to get exposed to the local ecosystem, make connections, find partnerships and gain valuable insight into the opportunities and challenges with establishing themselves in the US market.
Information to follow regarding events during this week.
More details about KTH, KTH Innovation, and the Brighter Program:
KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm is Sweden’s largest and oldest technical university and has grown to become one of Europe’s leading technical and engineering universities, as well as a key center of intellectual talent and innovation.
As part of a larger ambition to remain one of the most innovative countries in the world, KTH has its own tech transfer and innovation support office called KTH Innovation. Over the last 10 years, KTH Innovation has built an internationally recognized support system specialized in early-stage commercialization of new technology. Supporting over 300 new ideas every year from students, researchers and employees at KTH on their way to the market, KTH Innovation has grown to be a key player in the Stockholm startup ecosystem.
As part of the internationalization work, KTH Innovation organizes the Brighter Program. The program is designed to bring especially promising early-stage KTH startups to select innovation hubs to meet and interact with key players on the global market.